Corsair Vengeance K70 Mechanical Gaming Keyboards unveiled in various color choices

corsair-vengeance-k70Gamers can be a fickle lot, and it can get pretty tricky trying to figure out what it is exactly that they are looking for. Well, if you have been waiting to pick up a new gaming keyboard for the longest time, but have never really managed to get around to it, perhaps you might want to see what the Corsair Vengeance K70 is all about, where this mechanical gaming keyboard has been specially designed for PC gaming performance with German-made Cherry MX mechanical keyswitches for that ultimate gaming experience.

I am quite sure that gamers too, would have heard about Corsair because of their exploits in the RAM department as well as SSD storage. They aren’t a slouch in the high-performance PC gaming hardware department, either, having announced the award-winning Vengeance K70 mechanical gaming keyboard to arrive in black aluminum with red backlit keys, where it will also be available with Cherry MX Blue and Brown keyswitches, if variety is what you would like to have in your life.

First of all, your eyes will definitely appreciate the sophisticated aesthetics that have gone into the refreshed Vengeance K70 gaming keyboard, where it sports an anodized black aluminum chassis for long-lasting durability and timeless style. There is also a vibrant red backlight that shines through each key, oozing an industrial look that is capable of complimenting any gamer set up. The overall backlighting is adjustable to four different levels of intensity, where the lighting for each key can be independently enabled or disabled. There is key-by-key lighting customization that opens the door for users to highlight just the keys they require to emphasize, including WASD, before one saves the setting directly to the K70′s onboard memory.

You should not miss a keystroke ever again, thanks to its 100% anti-ghosted matrix, full n-key rollover and 1000Hz reporting rate, while multimedia controls provide you with quick access to volume, skip tracks, play, stop, and pause. There are also a nifty USB port that supports accessories including Corsair’s very own Vengeance gaming headset or mouse. Expect the new versions of the Vengeance K70 gaming keyboard to be available this month with an asking price of $ 129.99, where each of these will feature a 2 year warranty.

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Gaming exoskeleton to pair with Oculus Rift headset at CES 2014

The PrioVR full-body tracking suit will be paired with the Oculus Rift's immersive headset at CES 2014 for an unprecedented virtual reality experience.

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Online gaming and ESports is starting to gain some significant popularity in China, which is said to be potentially one of the biggest markets for pro gaming, online gaming, and mobile gaming. According to the research firm Niko Partners, the online games market in China will reach $ 11.9 billion this year in revenue, and it will continue to tack on $ 2 billion more each following year for the next 5 years.

ESports and online gaming gain signficant popularity in China

The online games industry in China has grown from a $ 100 million industry in 2001 to a $ 9 billion industry as of 2012. Many gamers in China are currently addicted to League of Legends, with many of them going to their nearest I-cafes to play. With the expanding popularity of online gaming and competitive gaming, many companies are investing their resources into China in order to take advantage of the future goldmine.

Riot Games, the creator of the vastly popular League of Legends game, will be holding its LCS All-Stars tournament in Shanghai from May 24th to May 26th. It’s the first time Riot will be holding an international event in China, and its expected to be the biggest all-start event “in gaming history”. Activision is also looking to get its foot into the Chinese market. It teamed up with Tencent, a Chinese investment holding company with 37% of the Chinese PC online games market share, to test out Call of Duty Online in the country. The game recently underwent Alpha testing, and it will be available free to all players in China.

Online games have huge potential in China, and many developers are planning on bringing their games over. However, Niko Partners advises game developers to only launch free-to-play games in the country. Niko Partners told Forbes that the current F2P model, where gamers can play the game for free, but can also purchase in-game items with real money, has been working well for China. The research firm says,

“It is the business model that makes sense for that culture, and in my opinion for the rest of the world too. Pay for a service to access a digital product, not the easily-copied digital product itself. Pay to be part of an experience, and pay for as much of that experience as you want to pay for.”

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